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And yes, you would use the same equation.

Ok thanks also I know the first two now, but how would you do c,d, and e?

\[F _{c}=ma _{c}\]

We have the centripetal force and mass. :-)

\[a _{c}=\frac{ v ^{2} }{ r }\]

\[v=\frac{ 2 \pi r }{ T }\]

Got all that?

The centripetal force is the force of gravitation from the earth.

The equation to find period is the last one I gave (period is T)

You are very welcome! :-)